Discussions Regarding the Preschool Observation Checklist and Evaluation Tool (POCET)

Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Another POCET Language Example

POCET provides four basic activities for each of the 68 Developmental Guidelines which provide a scope and sequence of skills for Language, Literacy and Mathematics, plus five other domains of learning.

Here is another example for the Language domain:
Open-Ended Questioning
Asking open-ended questions encourages children to use more complete sentences and use more words in their responses. Instead of asking questions that can be answered with yes, no or another one-word answer, ask questions that require a complete response. Example: Instead of saying, "Would you like to go outside to the playground?" ask, "What would you like to do when we get outside?"


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